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Add Dock items from the command line
Authored by: Durandal on Aug 20, '04 03:30:38PM
Crap! Sorry. Replace that third terminal command with the following. I forgot the "Library" part of the path.
sudo cp /Users/UserA/Library/com.apple.dock.plist /System/Library/User\ Template/English.lproj/Library/Preferences/

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Damien Sorresso

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Add Dock items from the command line
Authored by: mm2270 on Aug 21, '04 09:56:19AM

Awesome! Thanks so much for this. I've been looking for an easy way to set up our soon-to-be new OS X systems with a default dock that is different than the usual default one when I set up the users on the workstations.

I'm going to try this out!



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